George Zimmerman walked out of the Seminole County Jail Friday afternoon, one day after a judge set his bail at $1-million dollars.
The neighborhood watch volunteer, charged with murder in the February shooting death of teenager Trayvon Martin, said nothing as he left the jail and was driven away in a silver SUV.
A post on the website maintained by the Mark O'Mara law firm says the team has set up a safe house for Zimmerman in Seminole County.
The release comes with several conditions.
Zimmerman will be monitored by an electronic device, at his own cost, and he is not to obtain a passport or go near the Orlando-Sanford Airport.
Zimmerman maintains he acted in self defense when he shot Martin.